Friday, August 29, 2008

Beginner Arm Warmer #6 Baby Blue

Baby Blue Knitted Arm Warmer Pattern
This pattern is great for a beginner knitter because you only use the cable needle once in 38 rows. Simple seed stitch and moss stitch decorate the rest. Download the PDF above for instructions. Great for a beginner!

If you have any questions please let me know!
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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Silky Purple Arm Warmer #4

This is a beautiful cable pattern. It’s repeated twice as you can see in the photographs. The underside is knit with, what I call, a slip stitch ribbing. It gives it extra strength in my opinion. Better than regular ribbing. The cable pattern is used on 14 sts.
CO: 30
Approx. 65 yards of yarn
Yarn: Vanna White, Eggplant (purple)
Finished Size: 9 x 6.5inches
56 rows completed

Monday, August 25, 2008

Slow and Easy Cable (Arm Warmer #2)


Pattern Fixed as of  10/27/12

Slip stitch surrounding the cable

This is one of my favorite arm warmer cabled pattern. It has a consistant pattern which is nice because you can stop the arm warmer height at any moment and it won't look like you interrupted the pattern in any way

This arm warmer is completely customizable. You can add 1 stitch, 2, 3 etc. The surrounding stitches are a slip stitch pattern. That makes it very durable and comfortably tight. It won't move around on you and it won't stretch out. Almost like elastic.

 Here is some of the information on the pattern.

Made Flat, not in the round
Skill Level: Beginner
Yarn: Caron 1 pound - Sky Blue
Finished Size: 7 inch tall, 6.5 in wide
CO: 29
Rows: 40
Amount of Yarn Needed: 60 yards approx for the pair
Needle Size: US 11
Gauge: 4.46 sts and 2.85 rows = 1 inches

C4B = Slip 1 to cable needle, K3 then K1 from cable needle
WYIB = With Yarn in Back, as if to knit
S1= Slip 1, as if to purl

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3 Strand Cable Stitch Pattern

3 Strand Cable Stitch Pattern with Garter St. border
You can use this stitch border to create a number of items. I'm using this for a blanket. You can create a scarf etc..... You only have to cast on 30 stitches. I used Caron 1 pound Worsted Weight Yarn. I used US 10.5 needles. It measures 6 x 9 inches.
Download the PDF with instructions at:
Link Fixed 3/24/12

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Soft cabled Arm Warmer #1


This is a great knitted arm warmer to make. This was the first arm warmer I made. It's an elegant cable pattern.  You are only using the cable needle 2 times in every row repeat. It's definetly something a beginner can do easily.

The underside, as you can see below on the sides, is a slip stitch pattern that makes it very comfortable and durable. You can go in and out of it without stretching it out. It's like having comfortable elastic. Definitely cozy warm.

Here is some info  that is included in the PDF,
CO: 29

Yards Used: 60 total for the pair

Finished Size: 6 inches wide by 8 inches high (but can easily make it longer or shorter)

Needle Size: 10.5 US

Yarn used: Utopia or any soft worsted weight yarn needed

Gauge: 4.83 stitches per inch

Rows: Do 1-26 then 5-26

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Slip Stitch Arm Warmer

Caron 1 Pound Yarn

Vanna White Lionbrand yarn, Purple Mist

This is an easy pattern that uses knit, purl and a slip stitch. All you’re doing is making a 6x9 in rectangle. Then sewing the sides up. You can leave a space for a thumb hole. If you want it to cover your hand more then what the picture shows then just place the thumb hole a little lower. Some information is below

Thumb hole: Yes
Yarn Used: Caron One Pound, Worsted Weight
CO: 23 or any odd number of stitches if you need to increase the size
Rows Completed: 54
Finished Size: 6 x 9 inches
Needle Size: 11 US
Made: Flat

WYIB = With yarn in back (as if to knit)
S1 = Slip 1 stitch as if to purl
P = Purl
K= Knit
* * = Repeat the instructions between * & *

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